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As of 2013, the long-running show that was titled "Wall Street Journal Report" gets a new name. Although the title has changed, its format remains the same. Among the regular features are interviews with top financial executives and policy makers, discussion of current business trends and effects on consumers, stock picks, personal-finance suggestions and reviews of new products.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
How to repay student loans while saving for a 401k; rising interest rates; what to do if looking to buy a car; a new device that helps men shave their backs; ramifications of Amazon raising its minimum wage; a company crowdsources deliveries.
aired 10 days ago
How corporate emails and intra office gossip emails are being stolen by hackers; the new FAFSA form for college financial aid; how kids' video games may be illegally tracked by advertisers; Eterneva co-founder.
aired 17 days ago
As of 2013, the long-running show that was titled "Wall Street Journal Report" gets a new name. Although the title has changed, its format remains the same. Among the regular features are interviews with top financial executives and policy makers, discussion of current business trends and effects on consumers, stock picks, personal-finance suggestions and reviews of new products.
aired 24 days ago
How the newest tariffs on Chinese imports will affect consumers; Nigel Travis (book "The Challenge Culture"); keeping the value of a vehicle as high as possible; Paw-Ternity leave for employees adopting pets.
aired 31 days ago
The nationwide economic impact of Hurricane Florence; an extortion scheme involves telling parents that their child has been kidnapped; lessons learned from the financial crisis, 10 years later; reasonably priced fall wines.
aired 38 days ago
The business of the NFL; millennials' pets influence their decisions on housing; NYU's plan to offer free tuition to all medical-school students; finding one's "inner mogul."
aired 45 days ago
Companies granting sabbaticals for workers; a bitcoin millionaire lives in a treehouse in his parents' backyard; how Aretha Franklin died without a will and why everyone should have one; a company donates bags and backpacks to people in need.
aired 52 days ago
Factors causing the increase in prices of pre-owned cars; buying or leasing a car and the potential impact tariffs will have; credit-reporting agencies calculate consumer records and data differently; a 13-year-old creates a candy business.
aired 59 days ago
The rising cost of summer fruit; the hidden fees in a retirement fund and what to do about them; how to close the gender pay gap and its potential economic cost; a profile of storm chasers; back-to-school shopping trends.
aired 66 days ago
Digitally interactive and Bluetooth enabled real-estate signs; students have colleges pay for the electricity to mine Bitcoin; Americans don't use all of their vacation time; a website helps students pay down loans; the Museum of Ice Cream.
aired 73 days ago
Whether insurance will pay for a new program to fight diabetes; a billion-dollar real-estate listing in Beverly Hills; sunglasses for toddlers; entrepreneurs learn to get a hot-dog stand up to code; where to put cash for the best short-term return.
aired 80 days ago
How a trade war may affect consumers; what teens need to know about money before leaving for college; houses for sale: Mel Gibson's former home and a home built by a Cuban coffee baron in Miami; millennials not showing up for job opportunities.
aired 87 days ago
The business cost and environmental impact of banning plastic straws; renting a car; people with dangerous jobs, like those who paint the George Washington Bridge; a company turns children's art into their own personal toys.
aired 94 days ago
Goat yoga; common myths about social security; how to keep from being tracked by phone; Sandra Oh Lin, founder of Kiwi Crates.
aired 101 days ago
As of 2013, the long-running show that was titled "Wall Street Journal Report" gets a new name. Although the title has changed, its format remains the same. Among the regular features are interviews with top financial executives and policy makers, discussion of current business trends and effects on consumers, stock picks, personal-finance suggestions and reviews of new products.
aired 108 days ago
How small businesses are affected by the trade battle with China; a business builds online platforms for high-end boutiques; a study of millennials and money; determining summer bargains to buy and those to avoid.
aired 115 days ago
As of 2013, the long-running show that was titled "Wall Street Journal Report" gets a new name. Although the title has changed, its format remains the same. Among the regular features are interviews with top financial executives and policy makers, discussion of current business trends and effects on consumers, stock picks, personal-finance suggestions and reviews of new products.
aired 122 days ago
Bitcoin and the opioid epidemic; cutting credit-card fees and interest rates; creating the ideal password; a woman goes from being a bank teller to a successful UFC fighter; sunscreen.
aired 129 days ago
The best and worst places to retire; a professional cuddler; the need for home health aides; Samantha Bee's and Roseanne Barr's controversial comments; a Father's Day gift guide for all price ranges.
aired 136 days ago
Why developers are still building despite rising rivers and oceans in American cities; avoiding the most common mistakes people make before traveling; the current need for airline pilots; a pet agent for animals famous on social media.
aired 143 days ago
Facial recognition technology; how a 529 plan assists in saving for college; Kat Cole, Focus Brands North America; the best affordable summer wines.

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